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Coping with ‘tension:’ Navy’s global exercise to pit commanders with joint force pressures


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NORFOLK, Va. — When the Navy commences one of its largest global exercises next month, the service will focus on replicating the “objective tension” of trying to satisfy the requirements of multiple command authorities that its commanders would face during a real conflict.

“We needed better representation of our leadership, the combatant commands, the secretary of defense, [and] chairman level to put pressure on the Navy component commanders that are going to be trying to service their combatant commanders” Adm. Daryl Caudle, commander of US Fleet Forces, told a group of reporters here this morning during a briefing about the Large Scale Exercise.

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